CROWDS packed into an auditorium at the University of Portsmouth’s Eldon Building last night to watch the premiere of a film shot around Portsmouth.
Fratton is a coming-of-age drama that tells the story of James following a brutal mugging. It details his relationship with one of the attackers on a journey of fear, excitement and self-discovery.
Producer Marina Morales Moya said: ‘The public screening was really good, we had over 100 people come to watch.’
The zero-budget film was shot in Portsmouth in 2012 over the course of 13 days, by the Fratton Film Project collective.
After the screening the cast and crew held a Q&A session for those who wanted to find out about zero-budget filming.